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Sherrod never stops fighting for the people of Ohio. From protecting our families to protecting our jobs, strengthening Medicare to strengthening our economy: Sherrod is always on our side.

And he needs us -- his grassroots supporters -- to be on his side, too.

Each dollar you give helps us build a stronger grassroots network. Even $5 or $10 a month could make a huge difference.

Become a sustainer -- make a monthly gift of $5, $10, or whatever makes sense for you today.

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If you would prefer to contribute by mail, send a check to:
Friends of Sherrod Brown
3687 West Market Street, Ste. 289
Akron, OH 44333

If you need to contact someone about your contribution, please call (330) 835-9790.

Contributions or gifts to Friends of Sherrod Brown are not tax deductible. Individuals may contribute up to $5,400 to Friends of Sherrod Brown ($2,700 for primary election, $2,700 for general election). Federal multi-candidate political action committees may contribute up to $10,000 ($5,000 for primary election, $5,000 for general election). Federal law prohibits contributions from corporations, labor organizations and national banks; from any person contributing another person's funds; from foreign nationals who lack permanent resident status; and from federal government contractors.

Contributions are not tax deductible for federal income tax purposes.